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CURSO DE FORMACION

SOLIDWORKS 2008

PRACTICAS DEL CURSO


INSTRUCTOR: ING ARTURO TORRES CRUZ
TEL: 5530550629
Mail: atconsultingservice@hotmail.com
Mail: stconsultingservice@yahoo.com.mx
TEMARIO SOLIDWORKS 2008
Objetivos del programa formativo:

Al final del curso el asistente del mismo estará en disposición de conocer las funciones necesarias para
el diseño de modelos en solidworks. Este curso se compone de los módulos de modelado (modelling),
introducción a ensamblajes (assemblies) y dibujo en plano (drafting)

SOLIDWORKS 2008 BOCETO Y MODELADO

1) Interfase
2) Especificaciones generales
3) Elementos de trabajo y partes del programa
4) Opciones del programa
5) Opciones de guardado
6) Operaciones de croquis opciones generales
7) Unidades de trabajo y plantillas de modelado
8) Personalización de una plantilla de modelado
9) Trabajando desde el árbol de modelado
10) Restricciones de boceto
11) Restricciones dimensiónales
12) Restricciones de geometría
13) Arco tangente
14) Extruir saliente base
15) Operaciones de visualización
16) Trabajando con el teclado
17) Barreno simple
18) Extruir corte
19) Asistente para taladro
20) Vaciado
21) Vista de sección
22) Redondeo
23) Chaflán
24) Revolución de saliente base
25) Corte de revolución
26) Simetría
27) Aplicar color textura y material
28) Matriz circular y lineal
29) Angulo de salida
30) Nervio
31) Saliente base barrido
32) Envolver
33) Cúpula
34) Dar espesor
35) Operaciones de cálculo y medición
36) Edición de boceto
37) Edición de operaciones de modelado
38) Corrección de errores
39) Operaciones de modelado combinadas
40) Modelado con formulas
41) Modelado con tablas de Excel
SOLIDWORKS 2008 ENSAMBLE Y DIBUJO

1) Interfaz de montaje
2) Insertar componentes
3) Insertar subensambles
4) Insertar ensambles
5) Editar componente
6) Actualizar componente
7) Restricciones de posición
8) Restricciones de ensamblaje
9) Editar pieza desde ensamble
10) Mover componente
11) Explosionar componente
12) Crear parte en el ensamble
13) Crear plantilla de ensamble personalizada
14) Método de copia de archivos
15) Matrices de componentes lineal y circular
16) Sustituir pieza en ensamble
17) Errores en ensamble solución directa
18) Crear una plantilla de dibujo personalizada
19) Crear tamaños de hoja
20) Insertar vistas de dibujo
21) Vista de modelo
22) Vista proyectada
23) Vista auxiliar
24) Vista de sección
25) Vista de detalle
26) Sección parcial
27) Agregar boceto y texto
28) Rotar vista
29) Insertar croquis
30) Editar partes y actualizar dibujo
31) Animación de ensamble

Proyectos de Fin de Curso. Entrega

DURACION: 20 HORAS (2 SEMANAS)


2 HORAS DIARIAS MINIMO
COSTO TOTAL: $1400 PESOS
COSTO PARCIAL POR HORA: $70 PESOS X 2 $140
INICIAMOS DESDE CERO
LUGAR: EN LA BIBLIOTECA DE INGENIERIA CU
NOTA: LOS CURSOS SON PARTICULARES UNO A UNO
PRESTAMO DE LAP TOP DURANTE EL CURSO
PARA MODULOS ADICIONALES CONSULTAR CON INSTRUCTOR

ING ARTURO TORRES CRUZ

TEL CEL: 5530550629

Mail: atconsultingservice@hotmail.com
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Shock Assembly 1

Shock Assembly
In this project, you will create all components of the Shock assembly and then assemble
them, as shown in Figure 1. Also create an exploded state of the assembly, as shown in
Figure 2. The dimensions of the components are shown in Figures 3 through 10.

Figure 1 The Shock assembly

Figure 2 The exploded state of the Shock Assembly


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Figure 3 Dimensions for Bracket Figure 4 Dimensions for Pivot

Figure 5 Dimensions for U-Support


Shock Assembly 3

Figure 6 Dimensions for Bushing Figure 7 Dimensions for Self-locking nut

Figure 8 Dimensions for Washer Figure 9 Dimensions for Hexagonal bolt

Figure 10 Dimensions for Castle nut


Plummer Block Assembly 1

Plummer Block Assembly


In this project, you will create the components of the Plummer Block assembly, as shown in
Figure 1 and then assemble them. The dimensions of the components are given in Figures 2
through 4.

Figure 1 The Plummer Block assembly

Figure 2 Views and dimensions of the Casting


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Figure 3 Views and dimensions of the Cap

Figure 4 Views and dimensions of Brasses, Nut, Lock Nut, and Bolt
Wheel Support Assembly 1

Wheel Support Assembly


Create all the components of the Wheel Support assembly and then assemble them, as shown
in Figure 1. The dimensions of the components are shown in Figures 2 through 6.

Figure 1 The Wheel Support assembly

Figure 2 Dimensions of the Base Figure 9-3 Dimensions of the Support

Figure 4 Front view of the Wheel Figure 5 Sectioned side view of the Wheel
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Figure 6 Dimensions of the Shoulder Screw, Bolt, Nut, Bushing,


and Washer
Crosshead Assembly 1

Crosshead Assembly
In this project, you will create all components of the Crosshead assembly and then assemble
them, as shown in Figure 1. Also you will create an exploded state, shown in Figure 2. The
dimensions of the components are shown in Figures 3 through 7.

Figure 1 The Crosshead assembly

Figure 2 The exploded state of Crosshead assembly


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Figure 3 Front view and the right-side view of the Body

Figure 4 Dimensions of Keep Plate Figure 5 Dimensions of Piston Rod

Figure 6 Dimensions of the Brasses and Bolt


Crosshead Assembly 3

Figure 7 Dimensions of Nut


Fixture Assembly 1

Fixture Assembly
Create all the components of the Fixture assembly and then assemble them, as shown in
Figure 1. The details of the components of the Fixture assembly are shown in
Figures 2 through 5.

Figure 1 The Fixture assembly

Figure 2 Dimensions of the End Plate


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Figure 3 Dimensions of the Disk

Figure 4 Dimensions of the Support Pin and the Bolt


Fixture Assembly 3

Figure 5 Dimensions of the Spacer, Center Pin, and the Nut


Press Tool Assembly 1

Press Tool Assembly


In this project, you will create the Press Tool assembly shown in Figure 1. The exploded state
of the assembly is shown in Figure 2 and the dimensions of the components of the Press Tool
assembly are shown in Figures 2 through 5.

Figure 1 The completed Press Tool assembly after assembling the


Top Plate with the assembly

Figure 2 The exploded view of the Press Tool as- Figure 3 Figure showing the Bottom Plate
sembly
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Figure 4 Dimensions and views of the Top Figure 5 Dimensions and views of the Guide Pillar
Plate and Guide Bush
Fixture Assembly 1

Fixture Assembly
Create all the components of the Fixture assembly and then assemble them, as shown in
Figure 1. The details of the components of the Fixture assembly are shown in
Figures 2 through 5.

Figure 1 The Fixture assembly

Figure 2 Dimensions of the End Plate


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Figure 3 Dimensions of the Disk

Figure 4 Dimensions of the Support Pin and the Bolt


Fixture Assembly 3

Figure 5 Dimensions of the Spacer, Center Pin, and the Nut


Butterfly Valve Assembly 1

Butterfly Valve Assembly


Create the components of the Butterfly Valve assembly and then assemble them, as shown in
Figure 1. The dimensions of the components are shown in Figures 2 through 7. Assume the
missing dimensions.

Figure 1 The Butterfly Valve assembly

Figure 2 Dimensions of the Body


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Figure 3 Dimensions of the Shaft Figure 4 Dimensions of the Retainer

Figure 5 Top view of the Arm Figure 6 Sectional front view of the Arm

Figure 7 Dimensions of the Plate, Nut, and Screw


Double Bearing Assembly 1

Double Bearing Assembly


In this project, you will create the Double Bearing assembly shown in Figure 1. The exploded
state of the assembly is shown in Figure 2 and the dimensions of the components of the
Double Bearing assembly are shown in Figures 3 through 7.

Figure 1 The completed Double Bearing Figure 2 The exploded view of the Double
assembly Bearing assembly

Figure 3 Top view of the Base Figure 4 Top view of the Cap

Figure 5 Front view of the Base Figure 6 Front view of the Cap
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Figure 7 Dimensions and drawing views of the Bushing and the Bolt
Motor Blower Assembly 1

Motor Blower Assembly


In this project, you will create the Motor Blower assembly shown in Figure 1. The exploded
view of the assembly is shown in Figure 2. The details of the components of the Motor Blower
assembly are shown in Figures 3 through 8.

Figure 1 Motor Blower assembly

Figure 2 Exploded view of the Motor Blower assembly


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Figure 3 Dimensions of the Upper Housing

Figure 4 Dimensions of the Lower Housing


Motor Blower Assembly 3

Figure 5 Dimensions of the Blower

Figure 6 Dimensions of the Motor


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Figure 7 Dimensions of the Cover

Figure 8 Dimensions of the Shaft


Pulley Support Assembly 1

Pulley Support Assembly


Create the components of the Pulley Support assembly and then assemble them, as shown in
Figure 1. After creating the assembly, create its exploded view, as shown in Figure 2. The
dimensions of the components are given in Figures 4 through 8.

Figure 1 The Pulley Support assembly

Figure 2 Exploded view of the Pulley Support assembly


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Figure 4 Dimensions of the Pulley Figure 5 Dimensions of the Bushing

Figure 6 Left-side view of the Bracket Figure 7 Sectioned front view of the

Figure 8 Dimensions of the Washer, Cap Screw, Turn Screw, and Nut
Pulley Support Assembly 3

Figure 3 Parts list for the Pulley Support assembly


Bench Vice Assembly 1

Bench Vice Assembly


In this project, you will create the Bench Vice assembly. Figures B through E shows the views
and dimensions of the components of the Bench Vice assembly.

Figure 1 The Bench Vice assembly

Figure 2 Views and dimensions of the base


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Figure 3 Views and dimensions of the Vice Jaw

Figure 4 Views and dimensions of various components of the Bench Vice assembly
Bench Vice Assembly 3

Figures 5 Views and dimensions of various components of the Bench Vice assembly
Pipe Vice Assembly 1

Pipe Vice Assembly


In this Project, you will create all components of the Pipe Vice assembly, as shown in
Figure 1, and then assemble them. The dimensions of the components are given in
Figures 2 and 3.

Figure 1 The Pipe Vice assembly

Figure 2 Views and dimensions of the Base


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Figure 3 Views and dimensions of the Screw, Handle, Movable Jaw, and Handle Screw
V-Block Assembly 1

V-Block Assembly
Create all the components of the V-Block assembly and then assemble them, as shown in
Figure 1. The dimensions of the components are shown in Figures 2 and 2.

Figure 1 The V-Block assembly

Figure 2 Views and dimensions of the V-Block body


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Figure 3 Views and dimensions of the U-Clamp and Fastener


Shaper Tool Head Assembly 1

Shaper Tool Head Assembly


Create the Shaper Tool Head assembly, as shown in Figure 1. After creating the assembly, create
its exploded view, as shown in Figure 2. The dimensions of the components are given in
Figures 3 through 7.

Figure 1 The Shaper Tool Head assembly

Figure 2 The exploded view of the Shaper Tool


Head assembly
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Figure 3 Views and dimensions of the Swivel Plate


Shaper Tool Head Assembly 3

Figure 4 Views and dimensions of the Back Plate


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Figure 5 Views and dimensions of the Vertical Slide


Shaper Tool Head Assembly 5

Figure 6 Views and dimensions of various components


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Figure 7 Views and dimensions of various components


Stock Bracket Assembly 1

Stock Bracket Assembly


In this project, you will create the Stock Bracket assembly shown in Figure 1. The details of
the components of the Stock Bracket assembly are shown in Figures 2 through 8.

Figure 1 The Stock Bracket assembly

Figure 2 Top and front views of the Stock Support Base


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Figure 3 Front and right-side views of the Stock Figure 4 Top and front views of the Adjusting Screw
Support Roller Nut

Figure 5 Front and right-side views of the Support Roller Bracket

Figure 6 Views of the Adjusting Nut Handle and


Adjusting Screw Guide
Stock Bracket Assembly 3

Figure 7 Views of the Support Adjusting Screw Figure 8 Top and front views of the Thrust
Bearing
Radial Engine Assembly 1

Radial Engine Assembly


In this project, you will create the Radial Engine assembly shown in Figures 1 and 2. The
Radial Engine assembly will be created in two parts, one will be the subassembly and the
other will be the main assembly. The dimensions of the components of the Radial Engine
assembly are shown in Figures 3 through 6.

Figure 1 The Radial Engine assembly Figure 2 The exploded view of the assembly

Figure 3 Views and dimensions of the Piston


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Figure 4 Views and dimensions of the Articulated Rod

Figure 5 Views and dimensions of the Master Rod


Radial Engine Assembly 3

Figure 6 Views and dimensions of the Rod Bush Upper, Rod Bush Lower, Piston Pin Plug,
Piston Pin, Piston Rings, and Master Rod Bearing